- stopes, marie carmichael,
- stoplight party,
- stoppage time,
- stoppard, tom
Origin of stopover
Examples from the Web for stopover
What was once just a stopover point quickly became a destination in its own right.
After a stopover in Paris—she briefly worked as a subway busker, singing in Arabic for tips—Grout returned to Morocco.Boston Irish Girl Jennifer Grout Is The Unexpected Star Of ‘Arabs Got Talent’|Michael Pizzi|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The cluster of 770 islands lying 300 miles off South America once served as a stopover for whale and seal hunters.The Falklands, Always Contested, Inspire Fresh English-Argentine Squabble|Mac Margolis|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Does your holiday travel include a stopover at an airport from hell?
Obama hugged Giannoulias at the president's stopover in Quincy, Illinois Wednesday.
Almost all towns have stopover books nowadays, and a good thing, too.Stopover|William Gerken
Stopover at Sanger may be obtained without extra charge; stage fare to Park, round trip, $8.00.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
Her stopover seemed quite extended already, for a casual visit in the course of a routine patrol cruise.Industrial Revolution|Poul William Anderson
She had learned that the tickets permitted a stopover in Vienna.The Slim Princess|George Ade
We are bound for San Francisco, with a stopover at Nagasaki.At the Fall of Port Arthur|Edward Stratemeyer